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OMAK - Although the smoke has cleared and embers have cooled, the rebuilding process continues within the boundaries of the Cold Springs Fire.

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OLYMPIA — Okanogan County will remain in Phase 3 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s COVID-19 reopening plan.

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OROVILLE — An abandoned vehicle has been removed from the Similkameen River after a local man reported it to authorities earlier this year.

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OMAK — Affordable housing for senior citizens is one step closer to reality as the Housing Authority of Okanogan County broken ground on a new 16-unit facility last week.

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OKANOGAN — Strong and potentially damaging winds are expected to hit the region starting Sunday, according to the Spokane office of the National Weather Service.

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OKANOGAN — New cases of COVID-19 are climbing, with 30 new confirmed cases in Okanogan County since last Friday, March 19.

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OMAK — Government-mandated lockdowns, tourism restrictions and limited occupancy are just a few of the struggles small businesses owners across the state have endured this past year.

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TONASKET — Residents within the boundaries of the Tonasket Parks and Recreation District will be asked to decide on a six-year replacement property tax levy of 18 cents per $1,000 of assessed property valuation.

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TONASKET — Okanogan County Public Health Community Health Director Lauri Jones updated the city council on COVID vaccination efforts during a regular council meeting Tuesday, Feb. 23.

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TONASKET — A little more than 100 patients were vaccinated during a walk-in, mass vaccination Feb. 27, at Oroville High School. The event was hosted by North Valley Hospital.

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TONASKET — North Valley Hospital is hosting a walk-in, mass vaccination event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, at Oroville High School, 1016 Ironwood St.